Join in a stimulating discussion to explore creative approach for closing the gap between IT demand and IT supply. Demand for IT-enabled innovation is outstripping IT capacity causing an increase in the concern, if not the incidence, of "users going around" IT to address their needs. During this session, Susan will share results of recent research the nature and value of "pent up" demand, the relative value of various approaches to close the demand-supply gap, and the implications regarding the future roles of IT and the rest of the business in managing IT.Location:
Susan Cramm, Executive Coach & President- Valuedance
One of the advantages of midsize enterprises is that they can be more nimble than their larger competitors. Following this logic, they need to quickly identify ways to use IT to run, grow, and transform their organizations. Come to this session to understand what your options are based on Gartner's experience with thousands of clients large and small.Location:
Technology executives, especially CIOs, have gained in prominence in recent years. The best of them look beyond their department and realize they can be drivers of strategic change by virtue of their unique perch in the corporate structure. Whereas in the past IT departments were straightforward order-takers from their business counterparts, today IT operates as the central nervous system of corporations. The career path from CIO to CEO has emerged.Location:
Peter High, President - Metis Strategy, LLC
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